A roundup of the Weekend's Super League Fixtures
Castleford have released Australian scrum-half Brett Seymour from his trial period without him playing a match for the Super League club.
Bradford coach Francis Cummins is starting to look to the future after gaining positive news on the club's bid to secure new owners.
Sone Aluko and Yannick Sagbo are in line to lead the Hull attack for their FA Cup quarter-final against Sunderland.
January signings Shane Long and Nikica Jelavic are both cup-tied, forcing manager Steve Bruce into changes up front.
Maynor Figueroa is a doubt having had a gruelling friendly trip to Honduras in midweek, but otherwise there are no new injury concerns for the Tigers.
Provisional squad: McGregor, Harper, Davies, Faye, Bruce, Figueroa, Rosenior, Chester, Huddlestone, Elmohamady, Meyler, Quinn, Livermore, Boyd, Fryatt, Koren, Sagbo, Aluko.
According to the Yorkshire Post, prospective Leeds United owner, Massimo Cellino will be cleared of tax evasion.
The paper say they received an email from the controversial Italian's lawyer, Giovanni Cocco, where he claims he had “fully proved that Mr Cellino is not guilty” over alleged unpaid tax on a yacht he imported from the US.
Should Cellino be cleared, his 75% takeover of the Elland Road club is expected to be green-lighted by the Football League.
The case against Cellino will be held in Sardinia, and is due to start and finish on Tuesday.
Wakefield have snapped up teenage forward Jordan Crowther on a four-year contract.
The 17-year-old became the Wildcats' second youngest forward of all time when making his debut for the Yorkshire side as a replacement in the 46-24 defeat at Wigan last week.
He signed his first full-time deal in pre-season but his hometown club have wasted no time in tying down the promising youngster until the end of 2017.
"We think he's a player of immense promise," Wildcats head coach Richard Agar said.
"Jordy showed last week that he's fearless. He got hit hard a few times last week but he kept coming and he got through the line a couple of times and he's a kid that, for such a young age, is absolutely fearless."
England Youth international Crowther has risen quickly through the ranks and was delighted to commit himself to Wakefield.
"It's the only club I've ever wanted to play for since I was young so to get a long contract is great," Crowther said.
"It's a dream come true job - it's what I used to do as a hobby after school and now I'm getting paid to keep fit and do something I love."
Alan Pardew was charged on Monday two days after confronting Republic of Ireland international Meyler on the touchline.
The incident is being treated as a 'non standard' offence by the FA. A range of penalties are available but there is no pre-determined punishment.
However, a lengthy stadium ban, which would prevent Pardew from watching his side in action, is one of the options.
Meyler, a former Sunderland player, had collided with Pardew as he chased a ball out of play and the older man reacted angrily, thrusting his head towards his face.
Pardew apologised after the game. Within hours of the final whistle, he had been fined £100,000 and handed a formal warning. Another sizeable fine and a touchline ban are likely to be the minimum he can expect.
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew has asked for a personal hearing after accepting a Football Association misconduct charge.
The 52-year-old has decided not to contest the charge against him for head-butting Hull midfielder David Meyler during last Saturday's 4-1 Barclays Premier League match.
Pardew apologised for his behaviour after the game and has asked to attend the hearing which will decide his punishment.
"Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew has admitted an FA misconduct charge in relation to his side's game against Hull City on March 1, 2014.
"Pardew was involved in an incident with a Hull City player in the 72nd minute of this fixture.
"Pardew has requested a personal hearing, the date of which will be set in due course."
Two boxing stars will swap their gloves for running shoes when they take on a half marathon for charity.
Adam Etches and Scott Jenkins, both from Sheffield, are taking part in the city's half marathon to raise money for Weston Park Hospital Cancer Charity.
They are part of Team Weston Park, a fundraising initiative that encourages people to enter organised running events and raise sponsorship for the Sheffield hospital.
The boxers, who are both ambassadors for the charity, have already started a strict training regime for the event which takes place on April 6, starting and finishing at the Don Valley Bowl.
Weston Park Hospital is one of four specialist cancer hospitals in England and serves a population of nearly 1.8 million people from South Yorkshire, North Derbyshire, North Nottinghamshire and North Lincolnshire.
The charity's Run And Raise initiative encourages anyone, from seasoned runners to beginners, to join Team Weston Park.
For details of upcoming events or to join the team, visit www.runandraise.org.uk.
When footballer Paul Robinson developed a blood clot on his lung last Easter, it left the Beverley born goalkeeper not only fighting for his football career, but also his life.
Luckily the former Leeds goalkeeper has made quite a comeback.
He is now back playing regularly for current club, Blackburn, and is being tipped for a return to the England squad in time for the World Cup in Brazil.
Dan Hewitt's been to meet him:
Headingley has been chosen to host the 2014 Kingstone Press Championships' finals day on Sunday, October 5.
The Leeds venue, which drew a record crowd of 20,814 for the 2007 promotion decider between Castleford and Widnes, was selected after the Championship clubs expressed a preference for a neutral ground after Leigh acted as hosts in 2013.
The National Conference Challenge Trophy final will kick off the day's action, followed by the promotion-deciding Championship One final and the Championship Grand Final.